Chinese manufacturer Yutong will supply 800 buses to Uzbekistan, including 500 CNG vehicles (ZK6116HG and ZK6126HG) and 300 EVs (ZK6126BEVG), setting a new record for China’s export of buses to Uzbekistan. It is also the first time that this Central Asian country introduces alternative energy buses in large quantities.
The vehicles will be delivered to Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, to improve local public transport, facilitate travel and help the country lead the low-carbon transformation of public transport in Central Asia. This delivery is the first batch, and the remaining buses will be delivered successively later this year.
Tashkent is known as the “Sun City”, it is hot, dry and dusty and has extremely high requirements for vehicles. In order to meet the operation requirements, Yutong provided customized product solutions for Uzbekistan.
At present, Yutong has exported more than 86,000 buses, with a global market share of more than 10%. Among them, alternative fuel buses have achieved optimal operation in more than 30 countries and regions.